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Internationalism, security and legitimacy
In recent years the question of the legitimacy of international law has been discussed quite intensively. Such questions are, for example, whether international law lacks legitimacy in general; whether international law or a part of it has yielded to the facts of power; whether adherence to international legal commitments should be subordinated to self-defined national . In international relations, the term smart power refers to the combination of hard power and soft power strategies. It is defined by the Center for Strategic and International Studies as "an approach that underscores the necessity of a strong military, but also invests heavily in alliances, partnerships, and institutions of all levels to expand one's influence and establish legitimacy .
And they want to use the rules and institutions of liberal internationalism as platforms to project their influence and acquire legitimacy at home and abroad. The UN Security Council, the G, the governing bodies of the Bretton Woods institutions -- these are all stages on which rising non-Western states can acquire great-power authority and. “An English translation of Carl Schmitt’s Legalität und Legitimität is long ty and Legitimacy concludes the critique of legal positivism and the rationality of statute law he began in The Crisis of Parliamentary Democracy and Political Theology and does so in the historical context of Weimar’s final crisis. It was an important argument at the time and is just as.
The book will provide students and scholars of international relations and security studies with a valuable survey of the subject, and includes essay questions and guides to further reading. Reviews ‘This is a valuable resource for scholars as well as a text for students. American Journal of International no. 3 (), pp. – For an impressive earlier book on the subject, see Thomas Franck, The Power of Legitimacy Among Nations (New York: Oxford University Press, ). Franck's account focuses on the legitimacy of rules more than institutions and in our judgment does not distinguish clearly.
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International Legitimacy and the Politics of Security provides a number of hugely enlightening and important analyses of the rising role of international NGOs in international affairs. It is an illuminating study of the relationship between international law and international legitimacy, and the place of the Traditional Just War Doctrine and its modern Cited by: 2.
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In The Legality and Legitimacy of the Use of Force in Northeast Asia, Brendan Howe and Boris Kondoch bring together distinguished authors with extensive Northeast Asian backgrounds to offer a diverse and comprehensive evaluation of when it is right, from regional perspectives, to use force in international relations.
The use of force in international Cited by: 1. The politics of legitimacy is central to international relations. When states perceive an international organization as legitimate, they defer to it, associate themselves with it, and invoke its symbols.
Examining the United Nations Security Council, Ian Hurd demonstrates how legitimacy is created, used, and contested in international relations. The politics of legitimacy is central to international relations.
When states perceive an international organization as legitimate, they defer to it, associate themselves with it, and invoke. DOI link for The UN Security Council and the Politics of International Authority. The UN Security Council and the Politics of International Authority book Demonstrating how world politics has come to accommodate the contradictory institutions of international authority and international anarchy, this book makes an important contribution to.
The book's original contributions will appeal to researchers, practitioners, advocates, and students of international criminal justice, accountability for war crimes and the. This trade has turned London as well as other international centres into a 'thieves kitchen' where greed triumphs over serious appreciation of the past.
Unless a solution is found to this ethical crisis in archaeology, Renfrew argues that our record of the past will be vastly diminished, and his book lays bare the misunderstanding and hypocrisy Reviews: 5.
International Legitimacy and the Politics of Security speaks to the issues raised by these works [T]he case study chapters are sure to be of value to instructors looking for material with which to teach the moral and legal controversies pertaining to Israel's security policy, while the book as a whole will interest sociolegal scholars and Author: Alan Craig.
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This chapter outlines the approach to legitimacy deployed throughout the subsequent historical and theoretical investigations. At its core lies the need to vindicate its concentration upon the study of legitimacy in international society.
Topics discussed include legitimacy as international history, legitimacy and state conduct, legitimacy and stability, legitimacy in international. International Security and Conflict book.
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Edited By Bruce Russett. Andrew Hurrell (), 'Legitimacy and the Use of Force: Can the Circle be Squared?', Review of International Studies, 31, pp. View abstract. Legitimacy and the “logic” of security By THIERRY BALZACQ Introduction The choice between critical and traditional approaches to security is often treated as one between a constructivist and a realist ontology, between the conviction that security follows one unique script, and the view that security is a derivate property (CASE Collective.
The chapter examines different legitimation claims made by regional organisations and the UN with regard to their activities to maintain international peace and security. It argues that the legitimation relationships between the UN Security Council and regional organisations are more complex than the clear normative and institutional hierarchy outlined in the UN Charter.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The book brings together leading scholars of public international law, jurisprudence and international relations, political philosophers and political theorists to explore the central notions of international legitimacy and global justice.
This book started off well enough, covering topics in what is normally assumed under the topic of international relations and international security. The first part of the book was a fairly straightforward, albeit unremarkable, rehash of topics such as war and peace, changing nature of armed conflict, and United Nations/5(4).
This book studies governance capacity and governance legitimacy for societal security and crisis highlights the importance of building organizational capacity by focusing on the coordination of public resources and underscores the relevance of legitimacy by emphasizing the importance of public perceptions, attitudes, and trust vis-à-vis government arrangements.
Keywords international institutions, information transmission, legitimacy, domestic politics Abbott, Kenneth W. “Trust but verify”: The production of information in arms control treaties and other international agreements.His research and teaching is on international law and politics in theory and in practice, and political science research methods.
Earlier books include After Anarchy: Legitimacy and Power in the UN Security Council and International Organizations: Politics, Law, Practice. He is co-editor of The Oxford Handbook of International Organizations ().This is a book about legitimacy, military lawyers, and security.
More particularly, it is about how the legitimacy of Israel's asymmetric military operations cannot be detached from the politics of law and ethics. Sometimes it is enough that states respect the laws of armed conflict, but at other times they may be held to a higher standard.